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preposition (AMOUNT) 數量     weak /əv/ strong /ɒv/ US  /ɑːv/
used after words or phrases expressing amount, number or a particular unit (用於表示數量、數字或某一單位的詞或短語之後) a kilo of apples 1公斤蘋果 loads of food 許多食物 hundreds of people 數百人 most of them 他們中的大多數 none of them 他們中沒有人 both of us 我們倆 a third of all people 所有人中的1/3 a speck of dust 一粒灰塵 a drop of rain 一滴雨 General words for size and amount
(Definition of of preposition (AMOUNT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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